One person killed in wreck near Gore

June 24, 2018--10:30 a.m.

GEORGIA STATE PATROL

One person was killed in a two-vehicle accident on Highway 27 in Chattooga County at around 3:40 p.m. Saturday.

According to Sgt. Shan Burnette with the Georgia State Patrol, a Chevy Silverado driven by 54-year old John Douglas Pasley of Warner Robins was traveling north and was attempting to turn left into a convenience store at the Gore-Subligna Crossroads.

He turned into the path of a tractor-trailer driven by 52-year old Walter Howard Gordon of Summerville.

The tractor-trailer struck the pickup with the impact taking both vehicles off the roadway.

The Chevy came to rest on its side.

Pasley was killed.

Gordon was not hurt.

Sgt. Burnette said no charges will be filed.  
 

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